214-89R (Ordinance 9622)
1. _Construct prior to occupancy urban minor arterial frontage improvements to King County Standards, including a sidewalk and street trees (as shown on T/RH; Area Zoning, page 46) along Kent-Kangley Road abutting the site.
2. _The applicant shall coordinate roadway improvements to SR-169 with the Washington State Department of Transportation, as referenced in Division staff report Attachment No. 8, during the review process of the applicant's site plan and commercial building permit. Further, the applicant shall comply with the provisions of KCC 21.49 (Road Adequacy Standards), and any amendments thereto in effect at the time of permit application.
3. _Specific road impact mitigation measures (Payments or other) will be deter-mined by King County during applicant's site plan review and commercial building permit process. King County may also require a new or updated traffic study once commercial building permit applications are made, depending upon current circumstances and/or requirements of the State.
4. _Determine with King County Department of Public Works the feasibility of implementing commercial urban access street as described in Conclusion No. 5 of Division staff report. If the complete route from Kent-Kangley Road to SR-169 can be implemented by dedication within or adjacent to the reclassified property, the applicant shall be required to design and improve to King County Road Standards the entire roadway section crossing or abutting the subject property. Otherwise, only that portion of the route which can be developed within this property shall be dedicated and constructed.
5. _At the time of site plan submission, King County Department of Public Works will review traffic patterns to determine if anticipated traffic to and from the proposed development will make it necessary to improve Kent-Kangley Road in areas not fronting the subject property to achieve acceptable geometric designs between SR-169 and Summit-Landsburg Road. The acceptable geometric designs are to consider the transitions necessary to safely accommodate vehicular and pedestrian traffic using and passing the subject property.